Shangri-La Tokyo

​It's all about luxury at Shangri-La's Tokyo hotel. The Shangri-La Tokyo offers an elegant respite from the bustling crowds of central Tokyo.

It's all about luxury at Shangri-La's Tokyo hotel. Spanning the top 11 floors in a 37-storey skyscraper in the Marunouchi district adjacent to Tokyo Station, the Shangri-La Tokyo offers an elegant respite from the bustling crowds of central Tokyo. Rich-hued textiles, more than 50 chandeliers, exquisite floral arrangements, and an impressive art collection create a sparkling setting, while 200 spacious rooms ensure a comfortable stay.

A highlight of any stay is the atmospheric Tibetan-inspired CHI Spa, with five spacious treatment rooms. Treat yourself to one of the many East Asian-inspired treatments, such as the Authentic Tokyo Experience (offering a medley of seasonal Japanese body scrubs and wraps). Also housed within the spa, the Luxita nail salon is the place to go for Tokyo-inspired nail art. Soaring high above the city, there is also a fully equipped gym and heated indoor pool with a view.

When it comes to dining, the hotel's signature Italian restaurant Piacere is a show-stealer, serving contemporary Italian fare with a local twist. Complement your dinner with the original Italian-inspired cocktails at L'Aperitivo Bar. Head to the more family-friendly restaurant Nadaman for carefully crafted Japanese fare. The Lobby Lounge provides a luxurious setting for afternoon tea and after-dark drinks.

Why we like it

  • The atmospheric Tibetan-inspired CHI Spa with East Asian-inspired treatments
  • Soaring views across the Tokyo skyline
  • Dazzling setting with an exclusive collection of 2,000 pieces of artwork by Japanese, Chinese and Western artists
  • Exceptional cuisine at the hotel's signature Italian restaurant Piacere

Featured Shangri-La Tokyo Journeys

Private6 days, from AU$11,700
Art & Culture of Central Japan

Get off the beaten path with this short trip which showcases two of Japan’s most fascinating and little known towns. Kanazawa on the north coast of Honshu Island is fast emerging as the country’s new art and culture capital.

Private6 days, from AU$11,700

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